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The publication of this book marks the passing of another school 
year. We of the staff sincerely hope that herein each of you will find 
recorded those things which meant the most to you these months. 

This has been a joyous year, and it is pleasant to think on these things. 
Now, however, our thoughts and energies must be turned toward some- 
thing more vital. We must face the grim reality that our nation is at war. 
This tragedy comes nearer to us day by day as our brothers and friends 
go to defend the ideals for which they have stood. 

As the greater portion of the world is being darkened by gross ma- 
terialism, there is a danger that in the conflict we may lose sight of the 
true values of life. Thus do we realize the importance of our educational 
institutions. They must serve as beacons to keep the light of these truths 
ever bright so that those who are struggling for that which is right will 
not become engulfed in the storm and utterly perish. 

We do not plan to merely win this war, but after the war to preserve 
these values which we are now striving to inculcate. If these values are 
so cherished, they will become a guide to our conduct, so that those things 
calculated to protect civilization will not be lost to man. 




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To Mr. M. L. Williams, a man who has given many years 

of invaluable service for the good of Southwestern and her 

students, this book is respectfully dedicated. 








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Seven academic years have come and gone since I was asked to give my salutatory for the 
College Annual. Since then much water has gone by the mill. Southwestern has gone out of 
her first century of achievement into the second; out of staggering debt into a financial 
reserve; out of despair and gloom into hope and confidence; from a presidential salutatory to 
a presidential valedictory. It was a joy to watch the erection of the beautiful library and an 
inspiration to look upon our wonderful gym. Other presidents have built gyms and libraries, 
paid debts, increased endowment, and enlarged student bodies, but none before has ever been 
acclaimed President by the students. In this, you have made your President unique and he 
appreciates your loyalty and confidence. 

"Because you loved me I have much achieved 
Had you not loved me then I could but failed. 
Because you trusted and believed 
I dared not disappoint and so prevailed." 

The president-elect will come to you wonderfully endowed and with a record of accom- 
plishments. Southwestern has the promise of vary greatly enlarged endowment and with your 
loyalty and splendid enthusiasm, may our beloved Southwestern go on to greater and ever 
greater achievement. 

JOHN WILLIAM BERGIN. 



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Dean of Faculty 



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Ruth Morgan Ferguson 

Dean of Women 



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Business Manager 





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Oscar Alvin Ullrich 

Bachelor of Arts, Master of Arts, 
Doctor of Philosophy 
Dean of Faculty 



Ruth Morgan Ferguson 

Bachelor of Arts, Master of Arts 
Dean of Women 



Margaret Mood McKennon 

Bachelor of Arts 
Librarian 



Henry Edwin Meyer 

Bachelor- of Arts, Bachelor of Science, 
Bachelor of Music 
Dean of Music 



Isaac Joel McCook 

Business Manager 



Pearl Alma Neas 
Registrar 



William H. Cole 

Pastor 



Randolph M. Medley 

Bachelor of Arts 
Director of Athletics 



William Carrington Finch 

Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Sacred 
Theology, Master of Theology, 
Doctor of Philosophy 



Claude Howard 

Bachelor of Arts, Master of Arts, 
Doctor of Philosophy 



George C. Hester 

Bachelor of Arts, Master of Arts 



Myron Lawson Williams 

Bachelor of Arts, Master of Arts 








Associate Professor 

Head of Department of Religion 

and Philosophy 




Head of Department of History 
and Government 




Head of Department of English 




Head of Department of Business 
Administration, Economics, 
and Sociology 



John Campbell Godbey 

Bachelor of Arts, Master of Arts 



Thomas Hodgin Marsh 

Bachelor of Arts, Master of Arts, 
Bachelor of Divinity 




Head of Department of Physical 
Science 




Head of Department of Speech 
and Drama 



Gordon Bloomfield Wolcott 

Bachelor of Science, Master of Science, 
Doctor of Philosophy 



Luther Jacob Waggoner 

Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Divinity, 
Master of Arts 




Head of Department of Biological 
Science 




Associate Professor of Religion 
and History 




Head of Department of 
Foreign Languages 




Head of Department of Art 



John Herbert Utley 

Bachelor of Arts, Master of Arts, 
Doctor of Philosophy 



Carl Benton Compton 

Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Fine Arts 





Assistant Professor of Spanish 



Head of Department of Mathematics 



Lucy Belle Morgan 

Bachelor of Arts, Master of Arts 



Albert Russell Wapple 

Bachelor of Science, Master of Science 




Instructor in Speech and Drama 




Director of Band, 
Director of Publicity 




Director of Physical Education 
Assistant Professor of Education, 




Assistant Professor of Physics 
and Mathematics 



Jane Frazer Brown 

Bachelor of Arts, Master of Arts 



Rhea Williams 

Bachelor of Science, Master of Science 



Thomas Minard Johnson 

Bachelor of Fine Arts 



Sidney Burgin Dunn 

Bachelor of Science, Master of Science 



Thomas Hamilton Clarke 

Bachelor of Arts 



lOLA BoWDEN 

Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Fine Arts, 
Master of Music 





Instructor in Business Administration 



Instructor in Piano, Organ, 
and Theory 



Noemi Francoise 
Cartier-Schuchman 

Bachelor of Science 



Anita Storrs Gaedcke 

Bachelor of Fine Arts, Master of 
Fine Arts 





Fellow in Foreign Languages 



Director of Orchestra 



Jean Elizabeth Leiser 

Bachelor of Science 



Aroxie Hagopian 

Bachelor of Music, Bachelor of Arts 




Instructor in Education and 
Physical Training 




Conductor of Chorus 






John Edward Parrish 

Bachelor of Arts, Master of Arts 



Mary Elizabeth Wilcox 

Bachelor of Arts 



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Instructor in Mathematics 



Instructor in English 




Ass stent Registrar 




Hostess of Laura Kuykendall Hall 




Assistant Librarian 




Lois Clarke 



Mary Maude Wedemeyer 

Bachelor of Arts, Master of Arts 



Lorena Porter Moses 



Louise Ischy Rader 



Bookkeeper and Cashier 





Sarah Malcolm Wright 

Bachelor of Arts, Registered Nurse 



Edna Grote Lehmberg 



University Nurse 



Supervisor of Dining Hall 





Campus Engineer 



University Physician 



F. C. Roberts 



John Richard Martin, M.D. 




Photos From 

COLLEGE LIFE 




LIFE AT S. U. IS NDT ALL-STUDY 



THERE ARE COKES, CARS, AND CD-EDS 





THEY EAT---- 



THEY PLAY---- 





The Magazine staff diligently at work — obviously 



Sigma Tau Delta . . . The Howards and Gerry rehearse for the Golden Bowl Dinner 
I thought we told them to blank this out . . . Audrey. 



. Corky shows 'em how . . . Starke and Godbey draw the line . . . 

. Sigma Tau Delta's new initiates 



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Patrick without a girl, imagine that . . . Stop that Coffin . 
and Gotch . . . What Furrh . . . the Tri-Delts entertain. 



The pause that refreshes . . . I'm an old cowhand . . . Nancy 




Sleeping beauties??? . . . Sunday morning . . . Evidently a posed picture . . . graciousness personified . . . Gipper joins the 
forces . . . Stark and Davis, 'nuff said . . . Hands off . . . Louis Pasteur Powell mixes it up ... S. U. Chorus. 




Pep Rally . . . Really, Miss Purcell . . . cuttin' the rug . . . Hitler King and Glamour Girl Pitkin . . . Artists? 
Edwina, and Betty . . . Where did we git them at? . . . How do you do, I'm sure . . . The agonies of registration 
takes a holiday . . . Wimpy . . . "Where'd you get those eyes?" • . . Dr. Bishop gives students a cheery hello 
chatter . . . Roommates. 



. Audrey, 

. Glamour 

. campus 




How did this happen? Where is everybody? . . . "Now we see democracy 'democking'." . . . Robertson and Glover watch 
intra-murals . . . How did this pass the censors? . . . Cappy in the wrong dorm . . . Campused? . . . One of the Price boys 
. . . What else but the Freshman Parade . . . That long wait at the Business Office . . . Anxious anticipation for faculty 
reception . . . Some o' the S. U. gang . . . Three football heroes . . . Spring fever . . . Wallace and Harkrider talk it over 
... Doc Tinsley returns for Homecoming. 




Belles of the Golden Bowl . . . Rainbow Queen . . . S. U. Chorus dresses up to have its picture "took" . . . most popular 
spot at the reception ... Bo Peeps . . . Corky and two campus cuties . . . Barbs get comfortable for a good old game of 
volleyball . . . Chapel day, no doubt . . . steady couple . . . just people . . . someone's "libel" to get stung . . . Brum . . . 
Reading that "blanket" that covers Southwestern every week. 




Max swings out . . . Bandmen Byrd, Dawson, Davidson . . . Don't take it so hard, boys . . . T. J. and Miller talk it over (pardon us, T. J. talks it over) . . . 
Betty . . . Uncle Bob . . . S. U. Chorus gals . . . Bill and Sookie . . . Kitchen crew . . . More chorus girls . . . Roomies . . . Friends . . . Mexia cuties . . . Stacy and 
Retzer . . . Cappie and Bob . . . Jonsie and Rinn . . . Bobbie and Elton wade in ole San Gabriel . . . Lovelady beats it out . . . Sadie and Mandy . . . Cyrano 
Pitkin . . . Terry Roper in an appealing pose . . . Dorothy . . . Aw, shut up, Mac . . . Corny . . . Art students at work . . . Billie, Mildred, and Margaret . . . 
They all turned out for the game. 




S. U. coeds protect the squirrels . . . Look at the birdie . . . Bessie . . . More coeds . . . Mrs. Anderson . . . Jenkins and 
Dickson . . . Flagpole foursome . . . Bill and Chid . . . Warnke and Ike . . . Watch those figures girls . . . Lovely, just lovely 
. . . Sanford, Barton, and Blalock . . . Phil . . . They welcome homecomers . . . Blackie, Red and Dutch smile for the camera 
. . . Rev. Lawler. 



Saxes 

Ray Davidson George Rouser 

Arnold Caswell Paul Miller 



DANCE BAND 

LEADER ARNOLD CASWELL 
Brass 

Joe Mims Grant Scoggins 

Roger Dawson Ike Cox 



Rhythm 

James Daniels 

Bill Holmes 

Franklin Pickle 





CLASSES 




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OFFICERS 

President MILLER MANFORD 

Vice President GORDON McLEOD 

Secretary FRANCES ASKEY 




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MAXINE BENOLD 

Georgetown 

Major: Elementary Education 
Minor: Speech and Drama 



GENEVIEVE BRITT 

Wheeler 

Major: Elementary Education 

Minor: English 

Alpha Delta Pi Sorority 

Historian 

Vice President 
Chorus 

Musical Arts Club 
Mask and Wig 
English Club 



FRANCES ASKEY 

Gonzales 

Major: Business Administration 

Minor: Economics 

Secretary to the Business Man- 
ager '3 8 -'42 

Delta Delta Delta 

Recording Secretary '41 -'42 
Scholarship chairman '41-'42 

Pi Gamma Mu 

Secretary-Treasurer '41-'42 

Secretary, Senior Class '41-'42 

Secretary, Freshman Class 
'38-'39 



LURLINE BARTLEY 

Georgetown 

Major: Public School Music 
Pan American Forum 
Barg organization 
Musical Arts Club 
Mask and Wig 



ELIZABETH GRAVES 
BARTLETT 

Marlin 

Major: English 

Minor: History 

Zeta Tau Alpha Sorority 
Treasurer '40-'41 
President '41-'42 

Panhellenic 

Secretary '41-'42 

Pi Gamma Mu 

English Club 

Who's Who in American Col- 
leges and Universities 

L. K. Hall Honor Council 

Pan-American Forum 

Mask and Wig 



DOROTHY MARIE 
BEARDEN 

Tyler 

Major: Religion and Philosophy 

Minor: Economics 

President, Phi Mu 

Secretary, Panhellenic 
Society 

President, Panhellenic Council 

President, L. K. Hall Honor 
Council 

Secretary, Student Council of 
Religious Activities 

Senate 

Who's Who in American Col- 
leges and Universities 

Pi Gamma Mu 

Sou'wester Staff 



BOB BROWN 

Alice 

Major: Physics and Mathematics 

Minor: Chemistry 

Alpha Chi 

President, S. U. Science 

Society '41 -'42 
Barb Association 
Mood Hall Honor Council 

'41 -'42 
Tutor in Physics 



JOHN BURLESON 

Smithville 

Major: History and Gov- 
ernment 
Minor: Psychology 
Football '39-'40-'41 




CLASS DF '42 



ARNOLD FLEMING 
CASWELL 

Gcorgetouii 

Major: Band 

Alpha Chi 

Assistant Director of Band 

'41 -'42 
President, Band Majors Club 
Phi Delta Theta 
Band '39-'40-'41-'42 
Orchestra '39-'40-'41-'42 
Musical Arts Club 
French Club 
Section Sargent Band '3 9-'41 



RODNEY ABBOTT 
CLARK 

Bandera 

Major: English 

Minor: Philosophy 

Editor, Southwestern Magazine 

'40-'41 
Board of Student Publications 

'40-'41 
Vice-President, Ministerial 

Ass'n '40-'41 
Barb Association 
Student Assistant in English 



MERTON GILBERT 
CONOLEY 
Taylor 

Major: Physical Education 

Minor: History and Govern- 
ment 

S Association 

Pan American Forum 

Sports Club 

Vice President '41-'42 

Football, 4 years 

Phi Delta Theta 

C. P. T. 



GRAHAM GILLIS 
CONOLEY 

Taylor 

Major: Business Administration 

and Economics 
Minor: Physical Education 
Phi Delta Theta 
S Association 
Pan American Forum 
Sports Club 
Football, 5 years 





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BURNEY COMBS COPE 
Buffalo 

Major: Religion and 

Philosophy 
Minor: Speech and Drama 
Ministerial Association 
President, Mood Hall Crusade 



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CURTIS D. CROSSMAN, 
JUNIOR 

Garland 

Major: Business Administration 
Minor: Economics 
Panhellenic Council 
Kappa Alpha 



WAYNE DUNSON 

Waco 

Major: Speech and Drama 
Minor: Bible 
Ministerial Association 



HORACE ELROD 

Houston 

Major: History and Govern- 
ment 

Minor: Physical Education 

"S" Association 

Football, 4 years 

Basketball, 4 years 
Captain 

Spanish Club 

Barb Association 



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JEFFERSON NEWTON 
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Leamler 

Major: Education 
Minor: Chemistry 




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MARJORIE FISHER 

Houston 

Major: Business Administration 

and Economics 
Minor: Psychology 
Miss Southwestern '39-'40 
Alpha Delta Pi Beauty '40-'41 
Rainbow Queen '41 -'42 
Alpha Chi 
Pi Gamma Mu 
Student Senate 
Panhellenic Council 
L. K. Hall Honor Council 
Beauty Nominee '41 -'42 
Who's Who in American Col- 
leges and Universities 
Alpha Delta Pi Sorority 
President '41-'42 
Treasurer '40-'41 



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FRANCES ALICE FLUTH 

San Antonio 

Major: History and Govern- 
ment 

Minor: Education 

Zeta Tau Alpha Sorority 
Historian '41-'42 

Alpha Chi 

Pi Gamma Mu 

L. K. Hall Honor Council 

English Club 

Mask and Wig 



L. G. GLOVER, JUNIOR 

Georgetown 

Major: Chemistry 
Minor: Mathematics 
Band 
German Club 



ROSALIE GODBEY 

Georgetown 

Major: History 
Minor: Public School Music 
Barb Executive Committee 
Alpha Chi 
President S. C. R. A. 
Senate '41 

Who's Who in American Col- 
leges and Universities 
Mask and Wig 
French Club 



CHARLES GORDON 

Georgetown 

Major: Mathematics 
Minor: Physics 
Physics assistant '3 9 
Physics tutor '40-'41 
Southwestern Science Society 
Vice President, Science 

Society '41 
Texas Academy of Science 
Alpha Chi 
Varsity Tennis '39-'40 



JOYCE ELAINE BAILEY 
GRIEGER 

La Grange 

Major: Elementary Education 
Minor: Physical Education 



A. G. HARRIS 

Georgetown 

Major: History 

Minor: Business Administration 

Football 




CLASS DF '42 



ANNE ELISE HARRISON 

Marshall 

Major: Business Administration 

Minor: Economics 

Treasurer, Zeta Tau Alpha 

All School Beauty '41 -'42 

Sports Club 

Mask and Wig 

Secretary to Tom Johnson 

'40-'41 
Secretary at L. K. Hall '41 -'42 
Honor Council 



OLIVE RAE HOYT 

Katy 

Major: Speech and Drama 
Minor: English 
Barb Association 
Alpha Chi 
Pi Gamma Mu 

Vice President, Barb Associa- 
tion '41-'42 
Mask and Wig 
Speech Club 
English Club 
Pan American Forum 
Chorus '39-'40-'41-'42 
Student Senate '42 
Secretary, Honor Court '42 
S. C. R. A. 



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MAUDE SEDBERRY 
HARRISON 

Marshall 

Major: Business Administration 

Minor: Economics 

Vice President, Zeta Tau 

Alpha '41 -'42 
Miss Southwestern '41 -'42 
Pi Gamma Mu '41-'42 

Vice President 
L. K. Hall Honor Council 

'41-'42 
Panhellenic 
Sports Club 
Mask and Wig 
English Club 
Student Assistant in Business 

Administration Department 

'41-'42 
Social Chairman, Zeta Tau 

Alpha '40-'41 
Bookkeeper of Student Ac- 
counts in Business Office 

'40-'41 



MYRA LOU HUNT 
Portland 

Major: History and Govern- 
ment 
Minor: Education 
Delta Delta Delta 
Chorus 





WYNONA JOSEPHINE 
HUTCHERSON 



Major: Physical Education 
Minor: History 
Delta Delta Delta 

1st and 2nd Vice President 

Corresponding Secretary 

Publicity Advisor 
Megaphone '42 
Senate '41 
Panhellenic '42 
L. K. Hall Honor Council 

'41-'42 
C. P. T. '41 
Pan American Forum 
Sports Club 



LEE KARR 

Georgetown 

Major: Business Administration 
Minor: Economics 
Editor, Sou'Wester '42 
Photographer, Sou'Wester '41 
Who's Who in American Col- 
leges and Universities 
Senate 

Photographer, Magazine 
Photographer, Megaphone 
Barb Association 
Executive Council 
Morale Committee 



MARGARET IRENE 
KEELING 
Georgetown 

Major: Education 
Minor: History and Govern- 
ment 
Barb Association 



VERNON" DeWAYNE 
KIRK 
Sabinal 

Major: History and Govern- 
ment 
Minor: Economics 
Band '40-'41-'42 




CLASS DF '42 



EARNEST FLEMING 
MASON 
Uvalde 

Major: Physical Education 
Minor: Speech and Drama 
Band Manager 



ELIZABETH ANN 
McKINNON 

Longview 

Major: English 

Minor: Speech and Drama 

Alpha Delta Pi Vice President 

'39 
Miss Southwestern '3 8- ' 3 9 
Alpha Delta Pi Beauty '39-'40 
Mask and Wig Vice President 

'39-'40 
Pan American Forum 
Beauty Nominee '41-42 



GORDON HOLLIS 
McLEOD 

Happy 

Major: Business Administration 

and Economics 
Minor: History 
Phi Delta Theta 

President '41 -'42 
Pi Gamma Mu 

Vice President '40-'41 

President '41-'42 
Southwestern Band President 

'41-'42 
Panhellenic Vice President 

'41-'42 
Vice President Senior Class '42 



ROBERT LEE McMURREY 

Corpus Cbristi 

Major: Business Administration 

Minor: Economics 

Football '39-40-'41 

"S" Association 

Mood Hall Honor Council 

'39-'40-'41 
Senate '39-'40-'41 



MARVIN WILLIAM 
LAMPERT 

Lorena 

Major: History and Govern- 
ment 

Minor: Business Administration 
and Economics 

Pi Gamma Mu 

Football '39-'40-'41 

Basketball '40-'41 

Who's Who in American Col- 
leges and Universities 

President, Barbs '41 -'42 

Senate '41 -'42 

Mood Hall Honor Council 
'41-'42 

Snyder Hall Honor Council 
'40-'41 

Vice President Mood Hall 
Honor Council 

"S" Association 



RAY LAWLER 
Burkburnett 

Major. Speech and Drama 
Minor: Bible 
Ministerial Association 
Campus Crusade 



PRESTON LUCAS 

Sweetwater 

Major: 
Minor: 

Football '40-'41 
Basketball '40-'41 
"S' Association 
Sports Club 



MILLER LEE MANFORD 
Smiley 

Major. Business Administration 

Minor: Economics 

Vice President, Freshman Class 

Art Club 

Pi Gamma Mu 

Kappa Sigma 

Grand Treasurer '41 -'42 
House Manager '41-'42 

President of Senior Class 

All-Star in Intermural Foot- 
ball '40-'41 




CLASS DF '42 



MARTHA ANN NALL 

Georgetown 

Major: History and Govern- 
ment 
Minor: English 
Delta Delta Delta 
Pi Gamma Mu 
Mask and Wig 
Pan American Forum 
English Club 



FRANK O'NEILL 

Yoakum 

Major. History and Govern- 
ment 
Minor: Physical Education 



MARY TOM NEAL 

Com an 

Major: Speech and Drama 

Minor: English 

Delta Delta Delta Sorority 

Mask and Wig 

Student Senate 

Pan American Forum 

Panhellenic Council 

Band Sweetheart 



EUGENIA PALMER 

Bangs 

Major: Public School Music 

Minor: Education 

Secretary, Phi Mu 

Pi Gamma Mu 

Chorus 

Ministerial Association 

Chorus 

Ministerial Association 

S. C. R. A. 

Assistant, Public School Music 

Department 
Assistant to the Dean of 

Women 





PAUL HENDERSON 
POWELL, JUNIOR 

Wood i tile 

Major: Chemistry 
Minor: Biology 
Chorus 

Intermural Golf 
Archery 



JANE ROBBINS 

Georgetown 

Major: Public School Music 
Minor: Speech and Drama 
Zeta Tau Alpha 
Sport Club 
Mask and Wig 
Le Cercle Francais 



JAMES CULLEN PRICE 

Georgetown 

Major: Chemistry 

Minor: Biology 

Kappa Sigma 

Senate 

Vice President, Students 
Association '40-'41 

President, Students' Associa- 
tion '41-'42 

Who's Who in American Col- 
legels and Universities 

Science Society 

Spanish Club 

French Club 

Chorus 

University Morale Committee 



IDA MAY RUNDELL 

Houston 

Major: English 

Minor: Speech and Drama 

Barb Association 

English Club 

Sports Club 

President, Barb Girls '40-'41 

L. K. Hall Honor Council 

Vice President '41-'42 
University Honor Court '42 
Mask and Wig 
Chorus 




CLASS OF '42 



OUITAH MARJORIE 
STEWART 

Minerva 

Major, English 

Minor: Spanish 

Pi Gamma Mu '41-'42 

Pan American Forum '40-'41 



GERALDINE STONE 

Gainesville 

Major: Public School Music 

Minor: English 

Student Assistant in Piano 

Mask and Wig 

Musical Arts Club Secretary '42 

Alpha Chi 

Pi Gamma Mu 

English Club 

Megaphone Staff '40 



JAMES FRANKLIN 
SEHON 

Con roe 

Major: English 

Minor: Speech and Drama 

Phi Delta Theta 

Who's Who in American Col- 
leges and Universities 

Alpha Chi 
President '41 

Panhellenic Council '40-'41 

Le Circle Francais 

English Student Assistant 



JACK SHAW 

Round Rock 

Major: Religion and Philosophy 
Minor: History 
Ministerial Association 
French Club 



DOUGLAS BEAUMONT 
SHERRILL 

Houston 

Major: Chemistry 
Minor: Biology 
Pre-Med Association '40-'41 
German Club '37-'38-'40 



HOWARD SIDES 

Andicc 

Major: Business Administration 

Minor: Economics 

Alpha Chi 

Tutor in Psychology '41-'42 



WINNIE STONE 

Georgetown 

Major: Physical Education 
Minor: History and Govern- 
ment 
Library Staff 



LESLIE STRANGE 

Mart 

Major: Business Administration 
Minor: Economics 
Kappa Sigma 

Treasurer '41 

President '42 
Panhellenic Council 




CLASS DF '42 



WALTER DANIEL 
TAYLOR 

Or tinge 

Major: History and Govern- 
ment 
Minor: English 
Football 
Pan American Forum 



LELA LYNETTE WEAVER 

Navasota 

Major: Spanish 

Minor: English 

Pan American Forum 

Barb Association 

Chorus 

Library Staff 



BYRON EDGAR 
WALTERS 

Georgetoivn 

Major: Public School Music 

Minor: Art 

Pianists Club 

Chorus 

Spanish Club 

Megaphone Staff 



GLADYS MAE 
WILKINSON 

Lufkin 

Major: Mathematics 

Minor: Education 

Miss Southwestern '40-'41 

Alpha Delta Pi Sorority 
Reporter '39-'40 
President '40-'41 

Southwestern Science Society 

Alpha Chi 

Pi Gamma Mu 

Student Senate 

L. K. Hall Honor Council 
Secretary '40-'41 

Panhellenic Council 

Student Assistant in Math 
'39-'40-'41 

Chorus 

Pi Kappa Delta 

Who's Who in American Col- 
leges and Universities 

French Club 





WANDA MARICE 
WINFREY 

Georgetown 

Major: Education 

Minor: History 

Alpha Delta Pi Sorority 



VERNON GRANT 
WHITE 
Thrall 

Major: Religion and Philosophy 
Minor: History 
Ministerial Association 



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OFFICERS 

President SAM TYSON 

Vice President MARGARET SANDHERR 

Secretary NAN MICKLE 



CLASS DF '43 

MERRELLE ADKINS, Port Arthur 
JAMES ALLEN, Corsicana 

ELIZABETH AMSLER, McGregor 



EDWIN BANCROFT, Powell 
SARAH BARBER, Jacksonville 
DANIEL BARTON, Granger 



ROBERT BARTON, San Saba 
HANS BERGNER, Doss 

PAUL BIEBERSTEIN, Galena Park 



HARREL BILHARTZ, Breckenridge 

MARTHA LOU BISHOP, Marfa 

JESSE BLALOCK, Marshall 



GUY BRANTLEY, Houston 

FRED BRIGMAN, Uvalde 

MARY RUTH BROCKETTE, 
Holland 



LYSTER BRUMLEY, Del Rio 
MITTIE SUE CARTER, Conroe 
ALBERT COBB, Calvert 




CLASS DF '43 



SAM COBB, Calvert 
JACK COMAN, Mexia 
JOHN B. COOKE, Llano 



EVELYN COOKE, Georgetown 
IKE COX, Lufkin 

LORIECE DANIELS, Houston 



ROGER DAWSON, Georgetown 
DAIN EDWARDS, Smithville 
ELTON ELROD, Palestine 



JOHN ESTES, Lampasas 

ELIZABETH FLANAGAN, Georgetown 

DORIS MARIE FORSVALL, 
Georgetown 



FRANCES FLY, Hondo 
PAUL GIPS, Yorktown 
PHIL GRAY, Palestine 



DEWITT GREGG, Kingsbury 
OLLIE GUNN, Troy 

MAXINE HARRIS, Nacogdoches 







CLASS DF '43 



MARGARET HAYES, Houston 
KATHRYN HEDGE, Henderson 
KATHLEEN HORN, Smithville 



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FREDDIE JACKSON, Harlingen 
ROBERT JAMES, Princeton 



JOE KORR, Port Arthur 

DANA KILGORE, Malakoff 

ROBERT KINSELL, Hebbronville 



DOROTHY McPHAIL, New London 

RUTH MARTIN, Lakeland, Fla. 

ETELKA MAY, Georgetown 



MARJORIE MEDLENKA, Houston 
JIMMY MELBERT, New Orleans, La. 
SPENCER MEREDITH, Calvert 



NAN MICKLE, Eastland 
PAUL MILLER, Longview 
JOE MIMS, Palestine 



CLASS OF '43 



CHAD MURRAY, Longview 
JOHN PATRICK, Georgetown 
BOB PHILLIPS, San Augustine 



GWENDOLYN PICKARD, San Antonio 

LOUIS RAGSDALE, Jacksonville 

BILLIE MAE REPSCHLEGER, 
Port Arthur 



MARY CATHRYN ROGERS, 
Georgetown 

VERNON RUNNELS, Humble 

MARGARET SANDHERR, Sonora 



T. K. SANFORD, Houston 

COURTNEY SICELOFF, Midlothian 
MAX STANALAND, Tyler 



BILL TERRY, Wichita Falls 
JOY TORBETT, Marlin 

JEANNE TYREE, Rosenberg 



SAM TYSON, Cameron 

LaVERNE WALDEN, Crockett 
MARIAN WALKUP, Mexia 



MARGARET WARNKE, San Antonio 
ROBERT WRIGHT, Stamford 





Doc John and Dr. Bergin watch the game . . . Dr. Godbey in his study . . . Miss Neas at home . . . Tower . . . Dr. Finch 
in a state of concentration . . . The Harrison sisters . . . "Ro salie, my darling" . . . upperclassmen at Freshman Parade . . . 
Watering trough . . . Business Office on registration day . . . "Gerry Berry" Stone smiles hopefully for cameraman . . . Cer- 
tainly NOT a boresome foursome . . . the dictator dictates . . . Greetings, Gates. 




CLii of 44 

OFFICERS 

President JIMMY STONE 

Vice President REX HUTCHERSON 

Secretary CAY DAVIS 




CLASS DF '44 

M. K. ALSTON, Houston 

ANGELO ARISCO, Port Arthur 

ZERLINE WINFREY ANDERSON, 
Georgetown 

MILDRED ARNOLD, San Antonio 

GEORGE BANNOW, 
Mt. Clemens, Mich. 

ALICE BARTOSH, Granger 

HOWARD BEHRENS, Copperas Cove 
DOUGLAS BENOLD, Georgetown 
LINNEA BERGQUIST, Georgetown 

SYDNEY BINFORD, Edna 

ELIZABETH BLACK, Georgetown 
R. V. BLACKBURN, Temple 

LOUISE BRITT, Wheeler 
LOTTIE BROWN, Mathis 

MARY JO CARLYLE, Troup 

JANE COREY CARROLL, Taft 
LLOYD CARTER, Spofford 

WILLIAM CHAMPION, Georgetown 



CLASS DF '44 

DELIA COCKE, Georgetown 
JAMES CONGER, Coleman 

CHARLES CUMMINGS, Anderson 

HUGH CUNDIFF, Centerville 
RAY DAVIDSON, Port Arthur 
CAY DAVIS, El Campo 

FRANCES EARNEY, Breckenridge 

LESESNE EDENS, Georgetown 

LYNETTE EDGE, Bryan 

JAMES M. ELDER, Dallas 
GEORGE ELROD, Houston 
ALBERT EVANS, Georgetown 

JEANNE FURRH, Elysian Fields 
CHARLES GODBEY, Georgetown 
MARGARET GODBEY, Georgetown 



WELDON GORDON, Georgetown 



TOM GOSSETT, Houston 



RAY GREEN, Georgetown 





CLASS DF '44 



JACK HARRIS, Georgetown 



JAMES HENDERSON, Hearne 



EDWARD HODGES, Houston 



MARTHA JO HOOK, Taylor 



MOLLY HOSKINS, Lufkin 



BESSIE HUGHES, Georgetown 



MALCOLM HUGHES, Georgetown 



REX HUTCHERSON, Sonora 



EDWINA JARRARD, Houston 



DORIS JENKINS, Stafford, Kansas 



ERNESTINE KIRKLAND, Breckenridge 



AUDREY KJORLAUG, Houston 



HARRY LAMPERT, Lorena 



EUGENE LAURAINE, Gonzales 



MARY JO LOGAN, Georgetown 



ALICE JANE LOVELADY, Santa Anna 

JAMES McCORQUODALE, Conroe 

ROBERT MACKINTOSH, 
Oil City, Pa. 



CLASS DF '44 

KATHLEEN MOORE, Lamesa 

BETSY NICHOLS, Vernon 

ELIZABETH PATTERSON, 
Georgetown 



GERALD PECK, Georgetown 



STANLEY PENNINGTON, 
Georgetown 



BETTY LEE PICARD, San Antonio 



EVELYN PORTER, Palestine 



CHARLES PRICE, Georgetown 



JOHN RICE, Artesia, New Mexico 



JOHN ROBERTSON, Georgetown 



C. B. SCARBOROUGH, Dallas 



GRANT SCOGGINS, Borger 



FRANCILLE SHERMAN, Briggs 



JAMES SKELTON, Brady 



BETTY SMATHERS, Pasadena 



BERNICE SMITH, Stockdale 



BETTY JANE SMITH, Houston 



MARIE JEANNE SMITH, 
Georgetown 





CLASS DF '44 



THOMAS STARK, Houston 



ANN STIMSON, Houston 



JAMES STONE, Taft 



SARAH THOMPSON, Georgetown 



SUE TOWNS, Georgetown 



MARY ANN ULLRICH, Georgetown 



MARGARET NELL WAKEFIELD, 
Midway 



JEANNE WALKER, Grandfalls 



JOHN ROGER WALKER, 
Breckenridge 



LIBBYE JO WALLACE, Sonora 



JUNE WELTY, San Antonio 



NANCY WILKERSON, Comanche 



MILTON WINKLER, Moody 



CAB WOLF, Clarksville 




C/aJJ of 45 

OFFICERS 

President TOM RINN 

Vice-President BILLY FERGUSON 

Secretary GWENDOLYN STACY 




CLASS DF '45 

SHIRLEY BARRON, Georgetown 

ELIZABETH JIM BARTON, Buda 

JERRY BERRY, Cleveland 

DICK BARRINGER, 
South Bend, Ind. 



LEWIS BEWELY, Odessa 

GERRY BOAZ, Mexia 

ADDIE LOU BOGARD, 
San Augustine 

MARTHA RAE BOLES, Conroe 



EDITH ANNE BRABHAM, 
Roswell, New Mexico 

GENEVIEVE BRADLEY, Gonzales 

THELMA BRADSHAW, Grapeland 

ALANSON BROWN, Pearsall 



ROBERT L. BURNS, Georgetown 

JAMES BYRD, Lufkin 

JULIA KATHERINE BYROM, 
Georgetown 

MARILYN CAMPBELL, Houston 



MARY CASH, Langtry 

JAMES L. CHAFIN, Sinton 
OTHEL CHAFIN, Sinton 

TOM CHATHAM, JR., Mexia 

BEN COBB, Calvert 

WAYNE COFFIN, Pampa 
JOY COLEMAN, Dallas 

BETTY JEAN COLLIER, Houston 

CHARLES COOKE, Llano 

MARION COOKE, Georgetown 

MARJORIE CUNNINGHAM, 
Houston 

JOHN F. DAVIS, Conroe 



CLASS DF '45 

MAE BETH DEVINEY, Eddy 

ELIZABETH DICKENSON, 
Roswell, New Mexico 

MARY ANN DICKSON, Houston 

BEVERLY DUFNER, Hallettsville 



MELVIN DUSEK, Needville 
BILLY EPPERSON, Trinity 

EDWARD L. FARMER, Gonzales 
HELEN FARMER, West Columbia 

BOBBIE FAYE FARRIS, Georgetown 
BILLY FERGUSON; Conroe 
AUBREY FRYE, Houston 
JACK GILLUM, Georgetown 

BILLY GRAHAM, Houston 

JOHNSON PACE GRAVES, 
Wichita Falls 

BARRY GREER, Marshall 

ROBERT GUNN, Houston 

GLEN HALEY, Roswell, New Mexico 
WILEY HAMMERSMITH, Houston 
HAROLD HARDING, Byers 

IONE MARIE HARGREAVES, 
Batesville 

GENE HARKRIDER, Marshall 
GENE HARRELL, San Saba 
ROY HARRELL, Charlotte 
ROYAL HART, Miles 

IRENE HATFIELD, Houston 

PATRICIA HODGES, Jourdanton 

C. ELLSWORTH HOWARD, 
Beaumont 





CLASS DF '45 

FRANCES HOWARD, Georgetown 

HELEN CLAUD HOWARD, 

Georgetown 

LAURA HUNT, Portland 
LOUDIE HURST, Bay City 



MAXINE JONES, Breckenridge 
JOHN CARL JOPLIN, Rusk 
JEAN JUSTIN, Fort Worth 
DORIS KEENE, Sonora 

PEGGY KERR, Houston 

MANDY LOU KING, Beaumont 
RUTH KOPECKY, Flatonia 

ARTHUR LACKEY, Georgetown 

CORNELIA LACKEY, Bledsoe 
PAUL LAUBACH, Georgetown 

BILLIE MARIE LAUGHLIN, Taylor 
SAM V. LeTULLE, Bay City 

PHOEBE JANE LOTT, Trinity 

JOHN H. LUNDBLAD, Georgetown 
ELTIS McGRAW, Port Arthur 
MILDRED McNEILL, Houston 

VIRGINIA MATTOX, Burkeville 

HELEN MAYES, Ozona 

McLAURIN MEREDITH, Calvert 

EDGAR MARTIN MILES, 
Georgetown 

MARY MARGARET MILEY, Bay City 
ROSEMARY MILLHOLIN, Georgetown 
DORTHA DELL MITCHELL 
MARY MORGAN, Overton 



CLASS DF '45 

JOE MORRIS, Hollywood, California 
SHIRLEY MOUNT, Waco 
JANE NELMS, Houston 
SIBYL OSBORNE, Pampa 



BOBBIE FAYE OWENS, Houston 

MAURYNE PERKINS, Corpus Christi 
DUDLEY PETERSON, Hutto 

FRANKLIN PICKLE, Georgetown 

BILL PITKIN, Houston 

DORIS PURCELL, San Diego 
RAY RADER, Georgetown 

C. DONALD RAMSEY, Crosby 



BRUCE RANNALS, Dumas 

MARGARET ELLEN RETZER, 
Houston 

THOMAS MONROE RINN, Yoakum 

MARY LOUISE ROBERTS, 
Georgetown 



DOROTHY ELIZABETH ROBINSON, 
Spring 

KATHERINE ROGERS, Dallas 

THERESA ROPER, McGregor 

BEN ROSENBLAD, Taylor 



CLAUDE ROSSEN, Taft 

GEORGE ROUSER, Georgetown 

MARY ESTHER RUSSELL, 
Corpus Christi 

JANE ELIZABETH RYLANDER, 
Pearsall 



MARTHA JANE SHAW, Georgetown 
FRANCES SHELL, Georgetown 
JACK SHERRILL, Georgetown 
ANGIE SMITH, Dallas 





CLASS DF '45 

ROBERT SNEED, Galena Park 
GWENDOLYN STACY, Houston 
BETTY STINSON, Conroe 
CARL W. STOKES, Thrall 

CLINTT SURLES, Palestine 

STANLEY TEGGE, Schwertner 

BILLY LOU THOMPSON, Snyder 

FRANCES MARIE TOWNSEND, 
Georgetown 



LOYCE DELL TOWNSEND, Georgetown 
THOMAS L. TWYFORD, Texon 
JEWEL ULLRICH, Houston 

PATRICIA VENNELL, Houston 

WILLI EDNA WAGNER, Georgetown 

ARTHUR WALKER, Georgetown 

BILLY H. WALLACE, Holland 

FRANCES WALLACE, 
Corpus Christi 

DOROTHY WALSH, Round Rock 
RACHEL WARDLAW, Del Rio 
REBA LOU WEAVER, Navasota 
SADIE WEDDELL, Water Valley 

LAWRENCE WESSON, Smithville 

JANE WESTMORELAND, Marshall 

JERRY WILLIAMS, Bay City 

RUTH ANN WINDHAM, 
Georgetown 

ELIZABETH WRIGHT, Stamford 

FLORENCE WRIGHT, Vernon 

DORRIS YANCH, Houston 

MARY MARGARET YOUNG, 
Georgetown 



SPRING SEMESTER 
STUDENTS 

BILLIE MARIE LAWHON, Gillett, III 
DORIS CATES, Georgetown, III 



MARY FRANCIS BEAN, Sonora, I 



MARGARET SAMPLEY, Quanah, I 



EUGENE PALMER, Goldthwaite, I 



ANNA MAE VINTHER, 
Georgetown, II 



BOB CAMPBELL, San Antonio, I 



GROVER JONES, Brady, Post Graduate 



EVAN BURRIS, Houston, I 



BUDDY WILSON, Pampa, I 



BOB CARTER, Luling, I 





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The 1942 Sou wester 

presents 

Miss Marjorie Fisher Rainbow Queen 

Miss Anne Harrison Most Beautiful Girl 

Miss Maude Harrison Mm Southwestern 

Miss Marilyn Campbell Alpha Delta Pi Beauty 

Miss Alice Bartosh Barb Beauty 

Miss Peggy Kerr Delta Delta Delta Beauty 

Miss Elizabeth Dickenson Phi Mu Beauty 

Miss Kathleen Horn Zeta Tan Alpha Beauty 




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ELIZABETH DICKENSON 








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NOMINEES 



This year the Sou'wester staff decided to select an 
all-school beauty by the most impartial means possible. 
Accordingly, a committee was selected from the fac- 
ulty and student body which selected some 27 nomi- 
nees. From these nominees, a jury of three judges, Dan 
E. McCaskill, of the University Studios in Austin, Neal 
Douglass, staff photographer of the Austin American 
Statesman, and Arne Randall, of the art faculty of the 
University of Texas, selected Miss Anne Harrison as 
Southwestern's most beautiful girl. It was decided also 
to have this same jury select the most beautiful girl 
from each sorority and from the Barb organization. 




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LAVERNE WALDEN 




FRANCES WALLACE 




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MARGARET WARNKE 



JANE WESTMORELAND 




ROSALIE GODBEY 



LEE KARR 



MARVIN LAMPERT 



JOHN PATRICK 



JAMES PRICE 



WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES 

From Southwestern University 



BETSY BARTLETT 



DOROTHY BEARDEN 



RODNEY CLARK 



MARJORIE FISHER 



FRANCES FLY 



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ACTIVITIES 




BOARD OF STUDENT 
PUBLICATIONS 

The Board of Student Publications is composed of mem- 
bers of the faculty, the editors of the publications, and the 
business manager, who work together to produce the various 
publications. 



M. L. WILLIAMS, Chairman 



WOLCOTT 
SANFORD 



MARSH 
CLARK 



HESTER 
ADKINS 



McCOOK 
KARR 



PARISH 
BENOLD 





Southwestern Magazine 

The Southwestern Magazine is now in its 
sixtieth year of publication, and is the oldest 
school publication in Texas :nd one of the 
oldest in the South. 




HEDGE 



COFFIN 



JONES 



STAFF 

Editor RODNEY CLARK 

Art SYDNEY BINFORD 

Features KATHRYN HEDGE 

Humor JOHN PATRICK 

Assistant MAXINE JONES 

Assistant WAYNE COFFIN 



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THE MEGAPHONE 

STAFF 

Editor-in-Chief T. K. SANFORD 

Associate Editor JACK HARRIS 

Business Manager DOUGLAS BENOLD 

Society Editor MAMIE SHELL 

Sports Editor JOHN PATRICK 

Sponsor J. E. PARISH 





THE 1942 
SOU'WESTER 



STAFF 

Editors 

LEE KARR 
MERRELLE ADKINS 

Associate Editor 

BETTY LEE PICARD 

Assistant Editor 
NAN MICKLE 

Business Manager 

DOUGLAS BENOLD 

Artist 

JAMES McCORQUODALE 

Photographer 
JOE KARR 

Assistant Photographers 
DICK BARRINGER 
IKE COX 

Organization Editor 

DOROTHY BEARDEN 

Class Editors 

MARTHA LOU BISHOP 
MARJORIE MEDLENKA 
EDITH ANNE BRABHAM 
THELMA BRADSHAW 

Sports Editor 

DANA KILGORE 

Faculty Advisor 

DR. G. B. WOLCOTT 



First row: Karr, Benold, Adkins, Picard, Mickle 

Second row: Bishop, Medlenka, Kilgore, Bearden, Cox 

Third row: McCorquodale, Brabham, Bradshaw, Karr, Barringer, Dr. Wolcott 



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STUDENT COUNCIL OF 
RELIGIDUS ACTIVITIES 

OFFICERS 

President ROSALIE GODBEY 

Vice President RODNEY CLARK 

Secretary DOROTHY BEARDEN 

Worship EUGENIA PALMER 

Recreation MARTHA LOU BISHOP 

Debutations LESENE EDENS 

Community Service COURTNEY SICELOFF 

Publicity RAY LAWLER 

Student Director CHAD MURRAY 

Director DR. FINCH 



The (S. C. R. A.) Student Council of Religious Activi- 
ties has as its primary motive the promoting of a whole- 
some, well-rounded, religious program on the campus. It 
is open to all students who are interested in developing 
Christian personalities. The S. C. R. A. works in the fields 
of Worship, Recreation, Community Service, and Debuta- 
tions. It sponsors the Religious Emphasis Week on the cam- 
pus besides having its regular meetings each month in the 
Fire Arts Auditorium, and conducting special worship 
services in Chapel. 



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DEBATE 



Southwestern debaters had a good season. 
They entered four Interstate Invitation tourna- 
ments, and at least one S. U. team went as far 
as the semi-finals in all four tournaments. 
Walker and Sneed reached the finals in the 
tournament at Arkadelphia, Arkansas, and 
brought home a nice trophy. The girls, Brad- 
shaw and Jones, were the most consistent win- 
ners. They reached the semi-finals in both the 
Waco and the Durant tournaments, and just 
for good measure went to quarter-finals in the 
tournament at Arkadelphia. 

Debate teams from A. & I. at Kingsville, and 
from Mary Hardin-Baylor at Belton, were our 
guests on the campus during the debate season. 

The Pi Kappa Delta question for the year was 
"Resolved, That the Democracies should form 
a Federation to establish and maintain the eight 
Churchill-Roosevelt principles." 




JOHN R. WALKER 

BOB SNEED 

JOE MORRIS 

ROYAL HART 



TEAMS 



THELMA BRADSHAW 

MAXINE JONES 

COURTNEY SICELOFF 

CHARLES GODBEY 



Coach 

T. H. MARSH 




SOUTHWESTERN 



First Row: Bogard, Walters, Barron, Bishop, Walden, Kjorlaug, Hagopian, Kopecky, Wallace, Walsh, De- 
viney, Palmer, Hoyt, Weaver, Britt; Second Row: Jenkins, Fluth, Wright, Adkins, King, Bergquist, Wil- 
liams, Lackey, Weddell, Harris, Brown, Precell, Hatfield, Hunt, Hargreaves, Weaver, Owens, Brockette, 
Lott; Third Row: Cooke, Winkler, Terry, Harrell, Chatham, Walker, Elrod, Pitkin, Walters, Robbins, 
Fourth Row: Hammersmith, Meredith, Powell, Cooke. 




UNIVERSITY CHORUS 



AROXIE HAGOPIAN 

Director 



LINNEA BERGQUIST 

Pianist 





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First Row: Roper, Stanaland, Caswell, Miller, Ullrich, Campbell, Byrd, Mrs. Tom Johnson; Second Row: 
Carlyle, Coffin, Rouser, Davidson, Torbett, Miles, Cooke, Kirk, McLeod, Earney, Young, Johnson. 



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Third Row: Mims, Dawson, Scoggins, Deschner, Hooton, Estes, McGraw, Shaw, Barton, Cox, Barton, 
Cocke; Fourth Row: Allen, Conger, Pickle, Edge, Lovelady; Director, Tom Johnson. 



THE PIGSKIN 
REVUE DF 1942 





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ATHLETICS 




MED MEDLEY 
Head Coach 



Bancroft, Blackburn, Burleson, Brantly 
Cobb, M. Lampert, H. Lampert, Taylor, Harris, McMurrey, Elrod 




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PIRATE SUMMARY 



The 1941 Pirates, on a hot and sultry night in McAllen, Texas, opened a colorful season with a 6-0 victory over the Mountaineers of 
Schreiner Institute. The Corsair's smashing ground attack featured the game and previewed the type of football to be seen throughout the 
season. 

The following Saturday, the home team dropped its initial conference tilt to the Texas Wesleyan College Rams by the score of 15-6. 

The next Thursday the Bucs dropped a tough one to the San Marcos Bobcats by the count of 7-6. With seconds remaining in the final 
period, "Whimpy" Lampert, who had 5 9 minutes of rough and tough playing under his belt, broke through the Bobcat's offensive wall. 
A fumble by the Bobcats resulted and the charging tackle gathered in the ball, then urged his weary legs to the 15 yard stripe before being 
overhauled. 

The following week end, the Pirates journeyed to Abilene, only to lose a thrill-packed engagement to a strong Abilene Christian College 
team. Southwestern held the favored Wildcats in check until the final period, when the opponents chalked up 14 points for a 14-0 victory. 

An injury riddled Pirate team fell before the pennant-wining Howard Payne eleven on Snyder Field the next Thursday. Dutch O'Neill 
raced 67 yards to tally for Southwestern in the 26-6 loss. 

The Pirate machine then began to click with a 13-6 victory over the Trinity University Tigers at Waxahachie, 

Medley's men showed a homecoming crowd some real football in an exhibition with the McMurry Indians. The game ended with the 
count 13-13, as statistics again failed to pay off for the home team. 

Next week the Pirates ran wild over the helpless Daniel Baker Hillbillies with a roaring 4 5-6 triumph. 

Then, a gallant Southwestern football team gained ultimate glory as it won its final game of the season for its beloved Dr. Bergin. A 
spirited Corsair eleven emerged from the field house at the beginning of the third period to defeat the Austin College Kangaroos to the tune 
of 19-13. The Pirates broke a 13-13 deadlock with a last minute surge, and the game was over. 

This spectacular finish, produced by a team playing its heart out, will be well imprinted in the annals of historic Snyder Field. 



Edens, Scarborough, H. Lampert, Farmer, Cobb, Bancroft, Elrod, Lackey, Frye 

D. Medley, Conoley, Burleson, Taylor, Brandy, O'Neill, McMurrey, M. Lampert, M. Medley 

Gips, Rice, Wright, H. Elrod, Lucas, Harris, Hodges, Blackburn 






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FRANK "DUTCH" O'NEILL 
Four letter, Quarterback 

A. G. "BUBBA" HARRIS 
Four letter, Center 



WALTER "RED" TAYLOR 
Three letter, Guard 

PRESTON LUCAS 
Squad, Halfback 



ED HODGES 
One letter, End 

CHARLES FARMER 
Squad, Quarterback 










PAUL GIPS 
One letter, Quarterback 

BOB WRIGHT 

Three letter, Quarterback 



ALBERT COBB 
Two letter, End 

GUY BRANTLY 
Four letter, Quarterback 



C. B. SCARBOROUGH 
Two letter, Guard 

JOHN BURLESON 
Four letter, Fullback 









RUSS "BLACKIE" BLACKBURN 
Two letter, Halfback 

ROBERT McMURREY 
Four letter, Guard 



ED BANCROFT 
Two letter, Halfback 

HORACE "SLICK" ELROD 
Three letter, End 



GILBERT CONOLEY 
Three letter, Guard and Center 

HARRY LAMPERT 
Two letter, Tackle 



M. LAMPERT 



O'NEILL 



TAYLOR 





MARVIN "WHIMPY" LAMPERT 
Three letter, Tackle 

AUBREY FRYE 
Squad, Guard 



JOHN RICE 
One letter, Fullback 

LESENE EDENS 
Squad, Halfback 



ARTHUR LACKEY 
Squad, Center 

LEWIS BEWLEY 
Squad, End 




TIME OUT 



LUCAS 



BANCROFT 










T. J. ROGERS 

Squad, Tackle 

BEN COBB 
Squad, Halfback 



J. P. GRAVES 
Squad, Halfback 

EVERETT LIDEL 
Squad, Tackle 



OTHEL CHAFFIN 
Squad, Halfback 

ED FARMER 
Squad, End 




PRE-GAME SCENES IN THE PIRATE FIELD HOUSE 








JAMES CHAFFIN 
Squad, Tackle 



ANTON DESCHNER 
Squad, Halfback 



TOM TWYFORD BOBBY GUNN 

Squad, Halfback Squad, Halfback 

BRUCE "DUMAS" RANNALS 

Squad, Quarterback 




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Coach Medley has produced a '42 team 
that is a joy to Southwestern and West 
Gymnasium. This season showed us a 
smooth-working aggregation which made 
at least 30 points in every game, lost only 
one home game, and placed a man on the 
All-Texas conference basketball team. 



Player School Position 

Porter Willis McMurry F 

Welman Cotton Tex. Wesleyan F 

Newell Odell H. P. C 

Bill Hay A. C. C. G 

Johnny Rice Southwestern G 



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JOHNNY RICE, CAPTAIN 
Two letter, Guard 





VERNON RUNNELS 
Three letter. Forward 



GLEN HALEY 
One letter, Center 



Although the Pirates had difficulties on their road trips and finished in the lower 
bracket, they showed an enthusiastic Southwestern audience a hustling and thrilling 
brand of basketball they won't forget. It was the Corsairs' inevitable habit of coming 
through in the closing minutes of the game with a breath-taking exhibition of ball work 
which had everyone on his feet and yelling at the top of his lungs. 



Player 



LEADING SCORERS 



Tea i 



Games Points 



Cotton 


T. W. C. 


12 


195 


Willis 


McMurry 


14 


188 


Rice 


Southwestern 


12 


172 


Parham 


T. W. C. 


12 


170 


Locke 


A. C. C. 


14 


156 


Damron 


McMurry 


14 


128 


Smith 


A. C. C. 


13 


122 




RUNNELS, RICE, HODGES ON HAND 






BILLY GRAHAM 
One letter, Guard 



ED HODGES 
One letter, Forward 



Johnny Rice, who is our contribution to the All-Texas Conference quintet, was 
high man in the point-making department with 172 markers. Rice, Hodges, Graham, 
Haley, and Runnels composed the starting lineup, with Bieberstein, Cobb, Campbell, 
Lampert, Othel Chaffin, and Bancroft coming in for their turns at the basket. 




RICE, RUNNELS, AND HALEY WAITING FOR THE REBOUND 





PAUL BIEBERSTEIN 
One letter, Guard 



ALBERT COBB 
Two letter, Forward 



Billy Graham was outstanding with his amazing agility, stamina, and all around 
court play. Rice, of course, kept the net hot and the opponents on their heels most of 
the game. Ed Hodges supplied the necessary steadiness and clever-handling of the ball, 
while Runnels and Haley pushed Rice for high-scoring honors. 



CONFERENCE STANDINGS 



Team 


Won 


Lost 


Pet. 


Texas Wesleyan 


12 





1.000 


A. C. C. 


12 


2 


.857 


Howard Payne 


7 


5 


.583 


McMurry 


1 


7 


.500 


Daniel Baker 


6 


6 


.500 


Southwestern 


4 


8 


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Austin College 


3 


11 


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During their rampages the Pirates downed St. Edwards, Allen Academy, A. & I., 
Schreiner, McMurry, Daniel Baker, and Trinity; the A. & I. Javalinas went down four 
times in a row. Undefeated Texas Wesleyan again took the pennant with twelve wins 
and no losses in conference play, and hiked their conference winning streak to 41 games 
straight. 




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Two letter, Center 



OTHEL CHAFFIN 
Squad, Guard 



Enlightening is the fact that the Pirates' starting lineup was composed of two Fresh- 
men, two Sophomores, and one Junior. With natural improvements this bright spot 
should develop into a glowing future as Southwestern appears to have its first real 
pennant contender in years. 




"WHIMPY" SINKS ONE 






"S" ASSDCIATIDN 




COACH MEDLEY 
Sponsor 

MARVIN LAMPERT 
President 



BOB WRIGHT and DUTCH O'NEILL 
Members to the Athletic Council 



FOOTBALL 




Marvin Lampert 




Horace El rod 




Ed Farmer 




Albert Cobb 




Ed Hodges 




Flarry Lampert 




Walter Taylor 




Robert McMurrey 


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Floyd Harris 


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Guy Brandy 




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BASKETBALL 

Marvin Lampert 
Edwin Bancroft 
John Rice 
Vernon Runnels 
Billy Graham 
Glen Haley 
Albert Cobb 
Paul Bieberstein 
Ed Hodges 





INTRAMURALS 

The fourth year of Intramural sports shows the continuous increase of 
popularity and importance of the program organized by Rhea Williams 
back in 193 8. The program consists of football, basketball, softball, track, 
tennis, golf, volleyball, badminton, table tennis, fencing, boxing, horse- 
shoe-pitching, soccer, and various other contests. Those competing in the 
men's division are teams from each of the fraternities, Junior and Sopho- 
more Barbs, and Senior and Freshmen Barbs. Points are given to the 
winners and runner-ups of all events, and a trophy is given to the team 
having the highest total at the end of the year. A pennant is given to the 
fraternity gaining the highest total of points. 



RHEA WILLIAMS 
Director 




FIRST 
ALL-INTRAMURAL FOOTBALL TEAM 



BARRY GREER 
Sportswriter 




SECOND 
ALL-INTRAMURAL FOOTBALL TEAM 



INTRAMURAL FQQTRALL 





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BARBS, PHI MU'S 
ZETAS, MISS LEISER 

This year the Intramural 
program was expanded 
and the women's division 
added. This division has 
developed rapidly under 
the direction of Miss 
Leiser and will, in time, 
become equally as well 
organized as the senior 
division. 





ORGANIZATIONS 



STUDENT 



STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION 



The Students' Association is composed of each and every student in Southwestern. It is the means by which 
the students, through private initiative, govern themselves. The executive officers of the Association are President, 
Vice President, and Secretary. These officers are elected in an all-school election which is held during the Spring 
term. The legislative branch of the Association is the Student Senate. It is composed of five Seniors, four Juniors, 
three Sophomores, two Freshmen, three members of the Mood Hall Honor Council, and three members of the Laura 
Kuykendall Hall Honor Council. The judicial branch is the University Honor Court. It js composed of fourteen 
members: one each elected from each of the Greek organizations and seven elected from the Barb organization. 
The Mood Hall Honor Council and the Laura Kuykendall Hall Honor Council are subsidiaries of the Uni- 
versity Honor Court. 

During the Fall semester the students voted to readopt the Honor System. Under this System it is the duty 
of every student to maintain a high standard of integrity for himself and his fellow students. It is evident that the 
student body wants an Honor System and it is entirely up to the students to see that it works successfully. 
The constitution of the Student Government was rewritten so as to include the new Honor System. 



OFFICERS OF THE STUDENTS' 
ASSOCIATION 

President JIMMY PRICE 

Vice President CURTIS CROSSMAN 

Secretary KATHLEEN HORN 




PRICE 



HORN 



GOVERNMENT 



STUDENT SENATE 

The Student Senate, in addition to called meetings, meets the first Tuesday of each month. 
Meetings are called by the Student President who acts as chairman for the body. The Secretary 
is elected by the Senate from its members. It is the duty of this body to nominate the candi- 
dates for all-school elections and to perform the usual duties of a legislative organization. 




ALLEN 


BANCROFT 


BEARDEN 


BRIGMAN 


BRITT 


BARTLETT 


CARTER 


COFFIN 


CROSSMAN 


FLY 


GRIEGER 


GODBEY 


HOYT 


HORN 


JACKSON 


KARR 


KERR 


KILGORE 




LAMPERT 


PRICE 


RUNNELS 


WALKER 





ALPHA CHI 



OFFICERS 

President FRANK SEHON 

Vice President JOHN PATRICK 

Secretary ROSALIE GODBEY 

Sponsors . .DR. HOWARD 

DEAN FERGUSON 
DR. WOLCOTT 



The Alpha Chi is Southwestern's chapter of the national collegiate honor 
society and is the mother chapter of this order of collegiate scholarship. The purpose 
of Alpha Chi is to stimulate, develop, and recognize scholarship and those elements 
of character which make scholarship effective. Its members are elected from the 
upper tenth in scholastic standing of the Junior and Senior Classes. 




MEMBERS: First row: Allen, Brown, Caswell, Clark, Cooke, Faith; Second row: Fisher, Fluth, Fly, Godbey, Gordon; Third row: Grieger, Hedge, Hoyt, 
IS. I Meredith; Fourth row: Patrick, Sehon, Sides, Stone, Walters. 



Martin, 




PI GAMMA MU 



OFFICERS 

President GORDON McLEOD 

Secretary-Treasurer FRANCES ASKEY 

Sponsors DEAN ULLRICH 

MISS NEAS 
DR. FINCH 
MR. M. L. WILLIAMS 



Pi Gamma Mu is a national social science honor society, 
the object of which is to promote extended activity toward 
the solution of all human problems. The organization 
stresses high scholastic rating and aptitude in the fields of 
the various social sciences. 



First row: Bearden, Harrison, Waggoner, Williams, Wright, Hester; Second row: Neas, Ullrich, SicelofF, Stewart, Rhodes, Palmer; Third row: Hunt, Hoyt, Harris, 
Fly, Fluth, Finch; Fourth row: Fisher, Nail, Manford, Lampert, Bartlett, Medley; Fifth row: McLeod, Askey. 




MUSICAL ARTS CLUB 




First row: Bartley, Bergquist, Bishop, 
Bradley, Britt, Campbell; Second row: 
Caswell, Cunningham, Earney, Flanagan, 
Gillum, Hook; Third row: Nelms, Roper, 
Stone, Ullrich; Fourth row: Walden, 
Wright, Yanch. 




OFFICERS 

ELIZABETH FLANAGAN 
President 

LINNEA BERGQUIST 
Vice President 

GERRY STONE 

Secretary 

DEAN MEYER MISS BOWDEN 
Sponsors 




PAN 

AMERICAN 

FDRUM 





First row: Bradshaw, Carroll, Cash, Cooke, Davis, 
Earney, Edge; Second row: Farmer, Hargreaves, 
Harrell, Hunt, Justin, Kirkland; Third row: Lott, 
McNeill, Miles, Pitkin, Roper, Russell, Rylander; 
Fourth row: Sandherr, Sliell, Smathers, Townsend; 
Fifth row: Tyson, Vennell, Walker, Weaver; Sixth 
row: Windham, Yanch, Young. 



OFFICERS 

ROY HARRELL 

President 

MARY MARGARET MILEY 

Vice President 

MARY MARGARET YOUNG 

Secretary 

MISS MORGAN 
Sponsor 




MINISTERIAL 
ASSOCIATION 



The Ministerial Association is made up of those students who have dedi- 
cated their lives to the ministry of the Church. 



MEMBERS: First row: Lawler, 
Dunson; Second row: Clark, 
Coffin, C. Cooke, B. Cooke; 
Third row: Cope, Elrod, James, 
Murray; Fourth row: Shaw, 
Stokes, Winkler, White. 



OFFICERS 

RAY LAWLER 

President 

WAYNE DUNSON 
Vice President 

ELTON ELROD 

Secretary 




SPEECH CLUB 




OFFICERS 

LOUISE BRITT 

President 

ERNESTINE KIRKLAND 
Vice President 

SYDNEY BINFORD 

Secretary-Treasurer 

MISS JANE BROWN 

MR. T. H. MARSH 

Sponsors 

Membership in the Speech Club indicates the 
student's intention to either major or minor in 
the Speech Department. 



First row: Marsh, Bradshaw, Britt, Barber, Binford, Davis, Dickenson, Deviney; Second row: Dunson, Godbey, Gillian, Hedge, Howard, Hoyt, Hughes, Hart; 
Third row: Kirkland, Lawler, Lackey, Ragsdale, Russell, Sandherr, Ullrich; Fourth row: Walkup, Walsh, Walker, Brown. 




MASK AND WIG 




OFFICERS 

President KATHRYN HEDGE 

Vice President LLOYD CARTER 

Secretary GWENDOLYN PICKARD 

Business Manager FRANK SEHON 

Sponsor JANE BROWN 

The Mask and Wig is an organization of students in- 
terested in dramatic art. A select group of the Mask and 
Wig constitute a chapter of the National Collegiate Players 
which gives opportunity for dramatic expression to the stu- 
dents of the school. 



First row: Alston, Barber, Barton, Bergquist, Berry, Binford, Brabham; Second row: Bradshaw, Britt, Boles, Byrom, Campbell, Carter, Champion; Third row: Chat- 
ham, Collier, Coman, Cunningham, Davis, Deviney, Dickenson; Fourth row: Dickson, Gillum, Harding, Harris, Hedge, Hook, Howard; Fifth row: Hoyt, Hughes, 
Jackson, Jarrard, Kerr, Kirkland, Lackey; Sixth row: McCorquodale, McNeill, Mackintosh, McKennon, Mayes, Medlenka. 





First row: Melbert, Millholin, Morgan, Mount, Nelms, Nichols, Patrick; Second row: Perkins, Picard, Pickard, Pitkin, Purcell, Ragsdale, Rogers; Third row: Rundell, 
Sandherr, Russell, Sehon, Smith, Shell; Fourth row: Sneed, Stone, Terry, Towns, Ullrich, Ullrich, Vermeil; Fifth row: Wakefield, Walden, Walker, Walkup, Wallace, 
Wallace Wardlaw; Sixth row: Walsh, Welty, Westmoreland, Windham, Wright, Yanch, Young. 




"LIBEL" 

by 
EDWARD WOOLL 



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SPORTS CLUB 



OFFICERS 

President ALBERT COBB 

Vice President GILBERT CONOLEY 

Secretary JUNE WELTY 

Sponsors JEAN LEISER 

RHEA WILLIAMS 



First row: Barton, Berry, Bogard, Boles, Bradshaw, Byron; Second row: Carroll, Carter, Champion, Cobb, Coleman, Collier; Third row: Conoley, Bieberstein, Deviney, 
Dickenson, Dickson, Farmer; Fourth row: Furrh, Gips, Gunn, Hargreaves, Hoskins, Hunt. 





First row: Hutcherson, Jenkins, Justin, King, McNeill, Mason; Second row: Mayes, Nichols, Perkins, Picard, Porter, Rannals; Third row: Russell, Smith, Smith, 
Stacy, Stinson, Ullrich; Fourth row: Wagner, Wakefield, Wardlaw, Welty, Westmoreland, Williams. 




THE SPORTS CLUB STAGES A 'POSSUM HUNT 



BARB ASSOCIATION 




EXECUTIVE COUNCIL 

MARVIN LAMPERT, President of Barb Boys; MARGARET WARNKE, President of 
Barb Girls; IDA MAY RUNDELL; RAE HOYT; LEE KARR; DANA KILGORE; 
COURTNEY SICELOFF; KATHLEEN MOORE; ALBERT COBB. 




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PANHELLENIC COUNCIL 



OFFICERS 

President FRED BRIGMAN 

Vice President GORDON McLEOD 

Secretary DOROTHY BEARDEN 



First row: Bartlett, Bearden, Bradley, Brigman, Britt, Carroll, Carter; Second row: Coffin, Daniels, Davis, Edwards, Evans, Fisher, Fly; Third row: Horn, Hutcherson, 
Hutcherson, McLeod, Melbert, Nelms, Rinn; Fourth row: Sandherr, Scarborough, Shell, Smathers, Sneed, Stacy, Strange. 






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Walsh Young 

Winfrey 

ALPHA DELTA PI 

OFFICERS 

President MARJORIE FISHER. 

Vice President GENEVIEVE BRITT 

Secretary NAN MICKLE 

Treasurer JOY TORBETT 




Founded: Nationally 18 Jl 
Locally 1907 




STONE 



WALKER 




Founded: Nationally 1865 
Locally 1881 



BILHARTZ 

BRIGMAN 

CROSSMAN 



DUSEK 

DUBLIN 
ELDER 



LAURAINE 
McGRAW 

MELBERT 



MIMS 

MORRIS 
RINN 



ROSSON 

SCARBOROUGH 
SMITH 



KAPPA ALPHA 

OFFICERS 

President CURTIS CROSSMAN 

Vice President FRED BRIGMAN 

Secretary JIMMY MELBERT 

Treasurer C.B. SCARBOROUGH 




Amsler 


Askey 


Carroll 


Fly 


Hutcherson 


Hughes 


Kerr 


McNeill 


Shaw 


Thompson 



Wardla? 



Barton 
Harkrider 
Hunt, M. 
Morgan 
Thompson 



Walden 



Byrom 

Howard 

Jackson 

Nail 

Wakefield 




Founded: Nationally I 8 8 S 
Locally 1911 



DELTA DELTA DELTA 

OFFICERS 

President FRANCES FLY 

Vice President FREDDIE JACKSON 

Secretary FRANCES ASKEY 

Treasurer MARY ANN ULLRICH 





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Founded: Nationally 1864 OFFICERS 

Locally 1886 President LESLIE STRANGE 

Vice President REX HUTCHERSON 

Secretary BOB PHILLIPS 

Treasurer MILLER MANFORD 



BARRINGER 
BARTON 
BLALOCK 
CHATHAM 
COMAN 



COFFIN 

DAVIDSON 
EDWARDS 
GREER 
GOSSETT 



HAMMERSMITH 
HODGES 

HUTCHERSON 
JOPLIN 

MANFORD 



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PRICE, C. 
PRICE, J. 
RAMSEY 
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SANDHERR 
STACEY 

WAGNER 



WALKER 

WALLACE 
WRIGHT 




Founded: Nationally 18J2 
Locally 1906 
Reestablished 1940 



PHI MU 

OFFICERS 

President DOROTHY BEARDEN 

Vice President BETTY SMATHERS 

Secretary EUGENIA PALMER 

Treasurer MAXINE HARRIS 



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BANNOW 

CARTER 

CASWELL 




HARDING 

HOWARD 

LACKEY 



LeTULLE 

LUNBLAD 

McLEOD 



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CUMMINGS RHODrS 

CUNDIFF ROUSER 



DAWSON 


SANFORD 


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SEHON 


EPPERSON 


SNEED 




Founded: Nationally 1848 

.i _■ i . Ji*. Locally 1886 



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Founded: Nationally 1848, Locally 1886 

OFFICERS 

President GORDON McLEOD 

Secretary SAM TYSON 

Treasurer ABBIE RHODES 





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BERRY 


BARTLETT 


BOGARD 


BARBER 


CARTER 


BERGQUIST 



FURRH 


DAVIS 


HARRISON 


FARMER 


HARRISON 


FLUTH 



WRIGHT 




Founded: Nationally 1898 
Locally 1906 



JARRARD 


HARGREAVES 


JUSTIN 


HORN 


MATTOX 


HOSKINS 



PORTER MAYES 

PURCELL NICHOLS 

REPSCHLEGER PERKINS 



TYREE 


ROBBINS 


WELTY 


SHELL 


WESTMORELAND 


STINSON 








ZETA TAU ALPHA 

OFFICERS 

President BETSY BARTLETT 

Vice President MAUDE HARRISON 

Secretary KATHLEEN HORN 

Treasurer ANN HARRISON 



WILKERSON 



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HERE'S TO THE FUTURE 

OF GOOD OLD 

SOUTHWESTERN 

MUTUAL LUMBER COMPANY 

Phone 42 




p R Q F ESSIONAL DIRECTORY 



Dr. John R. Martin 



Martin Hospital 



Physician 



Surgeon 



Compliments of 



Dr. Howard P. Wheeler 



Physician 



Surgeon 



Compliments of 



Dr. H. L. Patterson 



Dentist 



Compliments of 



Dr. D. H. Cooper 



Physician 



Surgeon 



VISIT YOUR 

Western Auto 

ASSOCIATE STORE 


Ward's Shoe Service 

Opposite P. O. 
GEORGETOWN. TEXAS 


SHAW GROCERY 


Cates Print Shop 

For Quality Printing 
GEORGETOWN 




Compliments of 
S. T. ATKINS FURNITURE CO. 

Georgetown, Texas 


WHEN IN GEORGETOWN, MAKE 
YOUR HOME AT THE 

TEXAS HOTEL 


THE RED AND WHITE 

Georgetown. Texas 
MUNSON and LUNDBLAD 


Compliments of 

Young's Dairy 

Supplies Southwestern with Milk 



C^naravinad / / fade d^u 



SDUTHWESTERN ENGRAVING 

COMPANY 



FORT WORTH, TEXAS 



F. L. MOTHERAL COMPANY 

Good Printers 



13D4 Throckmorton 



FORT WORTH, TEXAS 




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TRADE 
WITH OUR 



ADVERTISERS 



VIIVTHER ELECTRIC 
COMPANY 

Radios and Electric Supplies 
Radio Service 



Phone 170 



Georgetown, Texas 




Free Delivery 



SOUTHWESTERN'S COMMUNITY CENTER 

Ample Parking Space 



Phone 3 



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